The Old Toll House, set in the popular village of Ashkirk and located only six miles south of Selkirk, offers any potential buyer a quiet lifestyle in a warming community. Within walking distance is the Smiddy pub and only 100 metres away a well run Village Hall which offers fitness classes, group talks, dancing and other social events regularly. Also within walking distance is the sheltered bus stop which will take you to Carlisle or Edinburgh with services every 30 minutes and can get you to Selkirk and Hawick in only ten minutes for the larger supermarkets. For the equestrian enthusiasts, the Ian Stark Equestrian Centre is less than one mile from the property.
The Old Toll house is a traditional detached cottage. Something of a local landmark, it has been recently renovated and very well maintained by the present owner. Deceptively spacious, the accommodation is set over three levels and is bright and attractive, decorated throughout in neutral tones, including double glazing, oil fired central heating and a large modern kitchen.
The accommodation briefly consists of an entrance hall, spacious lounge, large dining/kitchen, utility/boot room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom completes the accommodation.
There is a small private patio garden area to the rear of the property, a smaller garden to the side and the front of the property enjoys a splendid open outlook. There is ample on-street parking available immediately on the properties doorstep and also has space for an off-street parking space.
Extras (Included in the sale): Carpets, blinds and integrated kitchen appliances.
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